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UNC Chapel Hill Starts School Year With ‘Queer Fall Fest’

UNC Chapel Hill Starts School Year With ‘Queer Fall Fest’

“resources for queer and questioning students”

This is funded in part with student fees. Do you think it’s safe to assume these events feature far left political messages?

Campus Reform reports:

UNC Chapel Hill kicks off semester with ‘Queer Fall Fest’

On Aug. 15, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC Chapel Hill) held a “Queer Fall Fest” event as part of welcome week.

The event was hosted by UNC-CH LGBTQ Center with the purpose of discussing “resources for queer and questioning students” and providing “a safe space to connect with the on-campus community.”

Displays at the Queer Fall Fest included a table advertising “Out in STEM,” a “community of queer STEM undergrads.”

Another table offered t-shirts emblazoned with the statement “Imagine Liberation.”

UNC’s LGBTQ Center is an office on campus that hosts a variety of events. The office will host an LGBTIQA+ Speaker Series with numerous sessions planned this fall semester.

Upcoming speaker sessions include “Latinx Heritage Month Keynote Lecture,” “Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration,” and a “National Coming Out Day Celebration.” To close out the 2022-23 school year, the Center is hosting a “Drag Queen Bingo” on April 27, 2023.

Past sessions in the series included topics such as “Queer Classrooms: Leaky, Joyful, Creative,” “Nicaraguan Legacies: Advances and Setbacks in Feminist and LGBTQ Activism,” and “The Battle Over Marriage: Messaging Strategies of Proponents and Opponents of Marriage Equality.”

Full-time undergraduate students at the university pay $989.06 in student fees in addition to $3,509.50 for in-state tuition and $17,790 for out-of-state tuition.

Portions of the student fees go toward student activities.


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The Gentle Grizzly | September 6, 2022 at 11:29 am

Aww, fah-krysake. There will probably be more ugly white Karens in attendance than actual homosexuals.

Those tuition and fee numbers are per semester, not per year!

Queer classrooms are leaky? I think that’s a problem to fix. I don’t mind whatever they want to do together, joyfully or not, but don’t involve outsiders.

    Dimsdale in reply to artichoke. | September 6, 2022 at 5:44 pm

    Don’t make me watch it, approve it, or pay for it. Just have a care with the disease spreading promiscuity, and stay away from little kids, and you can do what you want.

I’m questioning why student fees go to this crap.